Ohlone College Monitor
Thursday, November 8, 2012 - Vol. XLIV No. 8

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  • Page 1 - News
    • Prop 30 revamps the future of education (continued on page 6)
    • Votes are in: Ohlone trustee race is settled (continued on page 6)
    • Students take charge at March on Mission
  • Page 2 - Opinions
    • Opinions:
      • Time for 'mass' media revolution in Japan
      • O’Malley speaks briefly on human trafficking
    • Campus Comment: How will the outcome of this election affect you?
  • Page 3 - News
    • Majority passes Prop 35
    • Car theft breaks streak for Ohlone vehicle crime
    • Ohlone prof caught in Sandy
  • Page 4 - Features
    • Photos: Master musicians show Ohlone how it’s done
    • Bold shapes and colors attracts Ohlone’s eyes
  • Page 5 - Features
    • Photos: Ohlone art students show off their pieces
    • HIV testing for students available at health center
    • Students find a career in communications
    • Students hang on through 'Flight'
  • Page 6 - News
    • State voters give Prop 30 a thumbs up (continued from page 1)
    • Fremont elects new mayor, council
    • Ohlone trustee race finalizes positions (continued from page 1)
    • News bites:
      • Health Center Website
      • Faculty of the Month
      • Health Seminar
  • Page 7 - Sports
    • Ohlone College soccer hopeful for playoffs (continued from page 8)
  • Page 8 - Sports
    • Volleyball set and ready for post-season
    • Playoffs loom for Ohlone soccer teams
    • Photos: No wading for water polo teams